Hello! I feel like I’ve been lacking in the blog posting department but I’m working on it. It seems like the start of a new year gets busy really quickly. I will say that I’m doing good so far with my resolutions. I finished reading The Alchemist last week and have started on Why We Broke Up, which was recommended to me by a coworker. So, that whole “read more books” thing? Totally nailing it. I’ve also been doing pretty well with my diet. I downloaded the My Fitness Pal app onto my ipad and I’ve been counting calories like it’s my job. It’s also helped me to find that my diet is pretty high in carbs and sugar, and that I don’t drink enough water. This was kind of news to me, because I’ve been really limiting my carb and sugar intake. Sneaky carbs. Sneaky sugars. Do any of you have the app? If you have it, or are thinking of downloading it – search me out and be my friend on there (kimberlina210)! I’m not sure what happens when you friend someone in the app, but it could be interesting…
In other news, I bring you: The Plastic Wrap Mani. Much less messy compared to the paint splattered nails, but with a somewhat similar effect. Kinda? It also reminds me of those crackle polishes.
All you have to do is first cut out 10 small squares of plastic (or Saran) wrap and dab it onto your nail after the second color you’ve painted over your base color is still wet.
I started with a base coat of China Glaze Below Deck. I was going to then use Sally Hansen Nude Now as my second color (pictured above), but I decided to go with Essie No Place Like Chrome, which is a nice metallic silver, instead.
After your base color, paint on an even coat of your second contrasting color (and worry about clean-up at the end…)
Crumple up a little square of your plastic wrap, then dab it onto the wet nail. Dab gently and sparingly as too much dabbin’ will remove too much polish. A little dab’ll do ya.
Consult your Manicure Supervisor with any questions.
Do the same for each nail and voila!
plastic wrap marbled nails! Hope you enjoyed. Happy Painting! And how are you doing with your resolutions??